Hi, I have multiple columns in a Single Table and i want to search values in different columns. My table structure is col1 (identity PK) col2 (varchar(max)) col3 (varchar(max)) I have created a single FULLTEXT on col2 & col3. suppose i want to search col2='engine' and col3='toyota' i write query as SELECT TBL.col2,TBL.col3 FROM TBL INNER JOIN CONTAINSTABLE(TBL,col2,'engine') TBL1 ON TBL.col1=TBL1.[key] INNER JOIN CONTAINSTABLE(TBL,col3,'toyota') TBL2 ON TBL.col1=TBL2.[key] Everything works well if database is small. But now i have 20 millionrecords in my database. Taking an exmaple there are 5million recordwith col2='engine' and only 1 record with col3='toyota', it takesubstantial time to find 1 record. I was thinking this i canaddress this issue if i merge both columns in a Single column, but icannot figure out what format i save it in single column that i can usequery to extract correct information. for e.g.; i was thinking to concatinate both fields like col4= ABengineBA + ABBToyotaBBA and in search i use SELECT TBL.col4 FROM TBL INNER JOIN CONTAINSTABLE(TBL,col4,' "ABengineBA" AND "ABBToyotaBBA"') TBL1 ON TBL.col1=TBL1.[key]Result = 1 row But it don't work in following scenario col4= ABengineBA + ABBCorola ToyotaBBA SELECT TBL.col4 FROM TBL INNER JOIN CONTAINSTABLE(TBL,col4,' "ABengineBA" AND "ABB*ToyotaBBA"') TBL1 ON TBL.col1=TBL1.[key] Result=0 Row Any idea how i can write second query to get result?